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View Poll Results: Rename the White Album with a title track
Monday Morning 0 0%
Warm Ways 0 0%
Rhiannon 0 0%
Over My Head 3 9.38%
Crystal 7 21.88%
Say You Love Me 5 15.63%
Landslide 1 3.13%
World Turning 16 50.00%
Sugar Daddy 0 0%
I'm So Afraid 0 0%
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Old 10-24-2021, 09:19 AM
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They briefly did Frozen Love in 1975.

What was cool is they also did Jumpin’ At Shadows with Christine on vocals.

ETA: Stevie’s vocals could be hit or miss on the 1975 tour. Maybe she wanted fewer leads.
I've heard Christine do that version of Jumpin' it's fantastic. Great key work. However, the recording quality is fair/poor.
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Old 10-24-2021, 02:54 PM
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I just dont understand why during the big tours without Christine, they did not do Frozen Love or I Dont Want To Know or other Buck/Nicks tracks. It was the perfect time to do them since they were fronting the band.
Collectively, they aren't very bright.

We always say that, as musicians, the sum is greater than the parts.

But as a brain, the five of them together are dumber than the five of them are individually.
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Old 10-24-2021, 03:02 PM
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I became a fan after the White Album, so I did not think of it really as an album, the way I do the others. I did not even purchase it until 4 years after its release. I thought of it mostly for its singles. The result was I didn't notice there was less Stevie.
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Collectively, they aren't very bright.

We always say that, as musicians, the sum is greater than the parts.

But as a brain, the five of them together are dumber than the five of them are individually.
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They are just so darn ritualistic with their sets. Maybe Lindsey and Stevie were not getting along and were in no mood for that kind of stuff. But I suppose they stick to the ritualistic Mac stuff to please the masses. They played Stand Back on those tours and stuck to the stuff the casual fans know who filled the arenas. It would have been wonderful to have Crystal, I Dont Want To Know and Frozen Love in the set or even Dont Let Me Down Again.
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